Julia Crabtree & William Evans presented solo exhibition Tracts at Santander’s fluent which opened March 11 and is running to March 30.
The installation spreads across the space, exploring the relationship between “manufactured production and natural ecosystems” through a number of materials including carpet, jesmonite, foam, paper pulp, sausage casing, canvas pigment, plastic, water, water ferns and pond creatures to name a few.
The London-based artist duo create atmospheric spaces where layers and contradictions can collide and take place, focusing on materiality to address “the senses while referencing the continuous entanglements between our physical world and collective imaginaries, in strangely constructed scenarios.” Entropy, a gradual decline into disorder, is a large part of what forms their research, and its role in identity, politics and subjectivity.**
Julia Crabtree & William Evans presented solo exhibition Tracts at Santander’s Fluent which opened March 11 and is running to March 30, 2018.
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